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it together. >> and georgia h.w. bush did the same thing on social security and george w. bush and ronald reagan did councils. it's a ruse. councils don't matter. >> simpson-bowles? >> that might be where we agree. the jobs council is completely irrelevant. >> i hope not when you consider the economy is the issue and unemployment is at 8.2% consistently. wouldn't you try to fix it if you're the president? >> wait, is anyone at this table suggesting that barack obama is not trying to fix the economy? thank you. >> well there was a time when early on when during the health care debate where the jobs picture wasn't great and there was a time i was wondering does he not know it's in his best interests to get this jobs number in a much better position. >> 8.8 million jobs were lost in the recession, that's a fact of life, 4.4 million have been created, since the recession ended. i'm sorry, folks, if he's created or under his watch, half of the jobs have come back. >> meaningless number. debris with you. people don't feel jobs have been created, they don't feel jobs have been created. we it tal
's an excuse. >> you have to battle two. >> otherwise people like george w. bush wouldn't be elected. >> it's in spite of. home team advantage. >> there's no question but there are so many other places to get information you can go around them. you've got to be able to connect. >> do you remember the safety net issue, i'm not worried about, there are people -- he was trying to make the point he was worried about the middle class losing traction in this economy, saying there's a safety net for people at the very low end, so what was the headline? romney doesn't care about poor people. look at the way that this is, i'd be afraid to open my mouth and you can't control every utterance of a surrogate. romney never said it wasn't a tax. the only guy who said it wasn't a tax was one of his people. >> jim nussle and i are closer on this issue than you are, joe. >> he has a client on both sides of the aisle. >> so do i. >> i guess maybe i do too. >>> we're 30 minutes from the employment report. jim o'neill will give us his outlook for employment, europe's hope for recovery and the u.s. economy. we'l
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